The Artists - Peter Fuglsang

Peter Fuglsang – Danish flute, soprano, alto & tenor saxophone player, clarinet & bass clarinet player, born November 17 1968 – was part of Prize Winner Chris Potter's JAZZPAR 2000 Septet, Thomas Agergaard's JAZZPAR 2002 Octet and Prize Winner Andrew Hill's JAZZPAR 2003 Nonet.

Peter Fuglsang began on clarinet when a child, and moved to the tenor sax in his teens. He became a trained offset printer before graduating from the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen in 1999 as saxophonist, equally proficient on clarinet, bass-clarinet and alto saxophone.
   Peter’s collaboration with Pierre Dørge & New Jungle Orchestra, Copenhagen Art Ensemble, Ok Nok...Kongo has led to performances and recordings with international jazz artist such as: Tim Berne, Marc Ducret, John Tchicai and Marilyn Mazur.
   Fuglsang is a versatile musician. Besides performing on a dozen CDs, he has played many theater gigs, with pop-rock artists, as well as playing classical music and film scores.
   He is a forceful and quick-witted soloist. On the clarinet and bass clarinet he performs articulately and his intense playing and soulful drive and timbre leave a strong impression on the listener.
   Fuglsangs broad musical interest and versatility as a performer has made him a popular sideman in a variety of musical settings including pop/rock and classical music.

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